Friday finds

Today I’ll be sharing more of my web finds and they will be very singular, sorry 🙂

Martin’s Christmas gift for me was a Kindle reader, which I haven’t even tried before a few days ago. First he was playing with it and all its features, like the Mr Gadget he is. Then, right after I’ve uploaded the books I wanted, I messed up my eye and the doctor said I shouldn’t be reading. So This week was my lucky “book” one as I finally got to use my gift and I have to say I love it. It’s light, user-friedly, it can store so many books and I can carry it everywhere with me. The only problem is that I don’t have a case. And here come my finds, some of the cutest Kindle cases I found:,searchweb201644_5_10001_10002_10005_301_10006_10003_10004_62,searchweb201560_8,searchweb1451318400_6151


Places I want to see Part 2

Here are more amazing places I’d love to visit:

1. Bali






I’ve always pictured it like a “heaven on Earth” kind of place. And I’m pretty sure I’m not fa off. Bali is blessed with beautiful nature: endless sand beaches, tall cliffs, volcanic mountains, and green forests hiding flora and fauna that can only be found here. I just hope I’m lucky enough to go someday!

2.  India





Traditional flower's market in India, Calcutta.preview

As I’ve probably already mentioned, exploring different cultures is one of my not-so-secret craze. And exotic, extravagant, colorful, exciting India just has to be on this list! I want to see the flower and spice markets, to taste all the different and maybe a little dangerous for my European stomach foods, and I simply have to take a ride in a “tuk-tuk” 😀

3.  Brazil





Iguassu Falls


The Carnival in Rio could be enough of a reason for this pick, but there are so much more beautiful and enchanting places in this captivating country. It’s powdery white-sand beaches, pristine rain forests and wild and busy metropolises are waiting for me 😀

4. Netherlands






Amsterdam: Houses along the Amstel River



And now back to Europe. Tulips, windmills, clogs, red lanterns, bikes, gauda, marijuana, Van Gogh, the miniature city of Madurodam, edam, canals…it’s the Netherlands!